The Boston Red Sox leave Cleveland with two wins in the three game series, thanks to a 5-1 victory Wednesday afternoon. Xander Bogaerts and Rafael Devers provided all the runs needed.

Bogaerts clubbed two home runs (26,27) among his three hits. He drove in four runs (90). He now has 100 career home runs.

Meanwhile, Devers continued his strong play win two more hits, including a home run. He is now hitting .325 with 25 home runs and 94 RBI.

Seven Sox pitchers combined to allow just four hits.

None of them pitched more than 2.2 innings. In fact, Nathan Eovaldi got credit for the win with two shutout innings.

The (64-59) Sox finish a 34 games in 34 days stretch and get a day off tomorrow.